Call for posters for the BSPHN Annual Conference 2023

Applying Behavioural and Social Science to Create Healthy Futures
Wednesday 22nd February 2023

Venue: Conference Aston, Aston University, Aston Triangle, Birmingham, B4 7ET, United Kingdom.

Confirmed keynote speakers:

Professor Richard Wilkinson
Professor Richard Amlôt
Dr Rochelle Burgess
Registration information coming soon

As a network the BSPHN is keen to provide ample opportunities at our annual conference for delegates to share their work, to learn from others, and to build relationships. Therefore this call for submissions is aimed at showcasing a wide range of experiences and learning from all areas of behavioural science, social science and public health in relation to creating healthy futures. The aim of the conference is to showcase a wide range of experiences and learning of optimising and demonstrating impact of behavioural and social science to create healthy environments and healthy people. The BSPHN 2023 conference is being held in-person.
Submissions do not have to relate to traditional research studies, although these are welcome. Submissions could describe any project that has sought to apply and/or evaluate the impact of behavioural or social science. We welcome abstracts from academia, public and private sectors.

Poster presentations
All accepted submissions will be presented as posters, although truly exceptional submissions will be invited to present during the scheduled case study session in the conference programme. This will provide opportunity for authors to present and discuss their work in detail with delegates. Accepted posters will be showcased during the conference and will be available online on the BSPHN website after the event. We are particularly keen to receive submissions from private and public practitioners, commissioners and other professionals, as well as students and academics. We are also keen to include work that is still in progress.
Please submit an outline of the project, in no more than 250 words, using the following headings (as appropriate).
Conclusions/Implications for practice
Outlines should be submitted via email to: